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Americas in Transition. 1982.

Ansen, David. "A Partisan Director." Newsweek 22 February 1982: 69.

Arriagada, Genaro. Pinochet: The Politics of Power. Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1988.

"The Battle of Chile." The New Republic 21 January 1978.

The Battle of Chile: The Struggle of an Unarmed People (La Batalla de Chile: La Lucha de un Pueblo Sin Armas. Video. Dir. Patricio Guzman. 1993.

Blake, Richard A. "What is Truth?" America 3 April 1982: 263.

Buchanan, Patrick. "If You Want To Know What Really Happened during the Coup in Chile, Do Not See 'Missing.'" Los Angeles Herald-Examiner 27 February 1982.

Canby, Vincent. "Costa-Gavras' Striking Cinematic Achievement." New York Times 14 February 1982.

CAPRI-_Joyce Horman (Missing) to J. Straw [Archived]

Charles Horman Case

Charles Horman Case

The Charles Horman Truth Project


Crist, Judith. Rev. of Missing. Saturday Review February 1982: 48.

A Critique of the United States Department of State Country reports on human rights practices for 1980: Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay : a report of the Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights. New York: The Committee, 1981.

Crowdus, Gary, ed. The Political Companion to American Film. Chicago: Lakeview Press, 1994.

Crowdus, Gary. "The Missing Dossier: An Interview with Costa-Gavras." Cineaste 12.1 (1982): 30-35.

Crowdus, Gary. Rev. of Missing. Cineaste 12.1 (1982): 31.

Davis, Nathaniel. "Missing Evidence." Editorial. Washington Post 29 Apr. 1987: A19.

Davis, Nathaniel. The Last Two Years of Salvador Allende. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1985.

Davis, Nathaniel. Letter. New York Times 29 Apr. 1987: A34.

De Vylder, Stefan. Allende's Chile: The Political Economy of the Rise and Fall of the Unidad Popular. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1974.

Dejevsky, Mary. "U.S. Implicated in 'Missing' Death." The Independent (London) 9 Oct. 1999: 6.

Denby, David. Rev. of Missing. New York 22 February 1982: 67.

Department of State, United States. The Instruments of Diplomacy. Washington: Department of State, 196?.

Dinguid, Lewis H. "Hill Units Probe '73 U.S. Death in Chile; Official American Role Alleged." Washington Post 8 Oct. 1977: A16.

Dirty Secrets: Jennifer Everardo & the CIA in Guatemala. New Day Films, 1998.

Edelman, Rob. "Constantin Costa-Gavras." Film Reference.

Eleni. Dir. Peter Yates. Perf. Kate Nelligan, John Malkovich, and Linda Hunt. Warner Brothers, 1985.

Film Scouts—Costa-Gavras

Films that Illuminate Foreign Politics

Flatley, Guy. "Movies Are Passions and My Great Passion Is Politics." New York Times 11 January 1970: II, 15.

Franklin, Jonathan. "Memos Tie U.S. to '70 Coup Try in Chile." Boston Globe 9 Oct. 1999: A12.

Georgakas, Dan. "There's Always a Point of View: An Interview with Costa-Gavras." Cineaste 16.4 (1988): 18-21.

Gilchrist, James C. The Role of Foreign Policy Doctrine in the Decision Making Process for U.S. Military Intervention in Latin America, 1960-1994. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 1998.

Gilson, Gary. "Interview with Costa-Gavras." Film & History 13.2 (1973): 11-20.

Gonzales, Francisco. Chile, State of Siege. Audio. Los Angeles, 1986.

Greenberg, Peter. "Art, Lies, and Reality." Rolling Stone 13 May 1982: 15-19+

Grenier, Richard. "The Curious Career of Costa-Gavras." Commentary 73 (April 1982): 61-71.

Hall, Carla. "Debating 'Missing'; State Department Reacts to Movie about Chile: the 'Missing' Debate." Washington Post 11 Feb. 1982: D1.

Hall, Carla. "The Scars after 'Missing'; Nathaniel Davis on His Lawsuit and the Legacy of Charles Horman." Washington Post 18 Jan. 1983: D1.

Hart, Jeffrey. "Our Media Fabricates These Stories, as in the New Film 'Missing.'" Los Angeles Herald-Examiner 16 February 1982.

Hauser, Thomas. The Execution of Charles Horman: An American Sacrifice. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1978.

Hevesi, Dennis. "Settlement Reached on 'Missing' Lawsuit." New York Times 21 May 1988: 17.

Hornberger, Jacob G. "Let's Not Forget CIA Victim Charles Horman." Hornberger's Blog. The Future of Freedom Foundation. 27 April 2009.

Institute for Public Accuracy

Kaplan, Peter W. "'Missing': The Search & the Sorrow; the Political Drama Behind the Screen; 'Missing': the Political Drama Behind the Film." Washington Post 7 Mar. 1982: G1.

Kauffmann, Stanley. "What's Missing is Costa-Gavras." New Republic 10 March 1982: 24-25.

Kin of Chile's terror victims rejoice [Archived]

Klein, Julia M. "Costa-Gavras's Moral Journeys, From Z To A." Chronicle of Higher Education 49.23 (2003): B13.

Kopkind, Andrew. "'Missing': Cultural Battlefield." The Nation 17 April 1982: 466-69.

Lewis, Anthony. "Abroad at Home; Fear of Change." New York Times 19 Apr. 1984: A19.

Lewis, Anthony. "Abroad at Home; Silence by Libel." New York Times 17 Apr. 1987: A31.

Lewis, Anthony. "The Risks of Reporting." New York Times 8 June 1986: 7-27.

Lewis, Flora. "New Film by Costa-Gavras Examines the Chilean Coup." New York Times 7 February 1982: 2-26.

"Libel Charges Voided in 'Missing' Dispute." New York Times 9 Feb. 1984: C17.

Loeb, Vernon. "CIA May Have a Role in Journalist's Murder." Washington Post 9 Oct. 1999: A15.

Medhurst, Kenneth, ed. Allende's Chile. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1972.

Michalczyk, John J. "Costa-Gavras' Missing: A Legal and Political Battlefield." Current Research in Film 3 (1987): 215-30.

Michalczyk, John J. Costa-Gavras: The Political Action Film. Philadelphia: Associated University Presses, Inc., 1984.

"'Missing' Film Makers Sued for Libel." Los Angeles Times 12 January 1983.

Mulligan, Mark. "CIA 'partly to blame' For Reporter's Death." Financial Times (London) 11 Oct. 1999: 15.

National Stadium. Directed by Carmen Luz Parot, 2001.

O'Brien, Philip, ed. Allende's Chile. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1976.

Paprin, Maurice S. Letter. New York Times 21 May 1987: A30.

Parenti, Michael. "Serving the Few."

Rainier, Peter. "Our Movies Are Prisoners of Their Politics." Los Angeles Herald-Examiner 29 February 1982.

Returning to Chile (Retornando a Chile). 1988.

Review of U.S. Policy Toward Latin America: Response to the National Security Study Memorandum 173. Washington: National Security Council, 1973.

Robards, Brooks. Beyond the Stars. Eds. Paul Loukides and Linda K. Fuller. vol. 4. Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1993.

Rohter, Larry. "New Evidence Surfaces in '73 Killing of American in Chile." New York Times 12 March 2004.

Rollins, Peter C. The Columbia Companion to American History on Film: How the Movies Have Portrayed the American Past. New York: Columbia UP, 2003.

Ronning, C. Neale. Ambassadors in Foreign Policy: The Influence of Individuals on U.S.-Latin American Policy. New York: Praeger, 1987.

Rubenstein, Lenny. "An Interview with Thomas Hauser." Cineaste 12.1 (1982): 35ff.

Salvador Allende

Salvador. Dir. Oliver Stone. Perf. James Woods, James Belushi, Michael Murphy and John Savage, Helmdale Film Corp, 1986.

Sarris, Andrew. Rev. of Missing. Village Voice 23 February 1982: 45.

Schoultz, Lars. Beneath the United States : A History of U.S. Policy Toward Latin America. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1998.

Select Committee on Intelligence, United States Congress. Committee Activities of the Select Committee on Intelligence, United States Senate. Washington: U.S.G.P.O, 19xx.

Silberman, Robert. "The Political Thriller." The Political Companion to American Film. Ed. Gary Crowdus. Chicago: Lakeview Press, 1994.

Simon, John. "Chile Con Carnage." National Review 19 March 1982: 308-9.

Smith, Philip. "Ex-Ambassador Alleges Libel in Book, Movie." Washington Post 11 Jan. 1983: A1.

State Department Release on Chile Shows Suspicions of CIA Involvement in Charles Horman "Missing" Case

State of Siege. Dir. Constantin Costa-Gavras. 1973.

Sterritt, David. Rev. of Missing. Christian Science Monitor 25 February 1982: 14.

Taylor, Jr., Stuart. "Libel Suit is Filed Against 'Missing'." New York Times 11 Jan. 1983: C12.

Toplin, Robert Brent. History by Hollywood: The Use and Abuse of the American Past. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1996.

U.S. Economic Policy Toward Developing Countries. Washington: National Economists Club Educational Foundation, 1988.

"U.S. Takes Issue with Costa-Gavras Film on Chile." New York Times 10 Feb. 1982: C22.

U.S.—Chile Documents

Under Fire. Dir. Roger Spottiswoode. Perf. Nick Nolte, Ed Harris, Gene Hackman, and Joanna Cassidy. Orion Pictures, 1983.

United States. Cong. House Committee on International Relations. Protection of Americans Abroad. 95th Cong., 1st sess. 12, 14 July 1977.

United States. Cong. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. International Telephone and Telegraph Company and Chile, 1970-71. 93rd Cong., 1st sess. 21 June 1973.

United States. Cong. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Shlaudeman Nomination. 94th Cong., 2nd sess. 25 May, 10, 11 June 1976.

United States. Cong. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Recent Political Violence in El Salvador. 98th Cong., 2nd sess. 5 Oct. 1984.

United States. Cong. Senate Select Committee to Study Government Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities. Covert Action in Chile, 1963-73. 94th Cong., 1st sess. 18 Dec. 1975.

United States. Cong. Senate Select Committee to Study Government Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities. Intelligence Activities. Senate Resolution 21. Vol. 7: Covert Action. 94th Cong., 1st sess. 4, 5 Dec. 1975.

Vest, Jason. "Global Warning." The Village Voice 22 December 1998: 57-59.

Victor Jara: The Right to Live in Peace. Directed by Carmen Luz Parot, 1999.

von Dreele, W.H. "Costa-Gavras's Imposture." National Review 5 March 1982: 209-10.

Wells, Jeffrey. "Costa-Gavras on 'Missing.'" Film Journal 15 February 1982.

Westerbeck, Jr., Colin L. "Innocence Abroad: Costa-Gavras's 'Missing'." Commonweal 9 April 1982: 211-12.

White, Judy, ed. Chile's Days of Terror: Eyewitness Accounts of the Military Coup. New York: Pathfinder Press, 1974.

Wood, Michael. "In Search of the Missing." American Film March 1982: 39-43, 78-79.

World Socialist Web Site

Yakir, Dan. "'Missing' in Action." Film Comment 18.2 (1982): 57-59.

Z. Dir. Constantin Costa-Gavras. 1969.